Roselee Irvine Celebration of Life
Click buttons to watch the March 19, 2022 Celebration of Life Service held at CrossWay Church
Roselee Irvine was born to William and Lucy Fielder in Kirkwood, Missouri on August 15, 1941. She was their second child, and only girl. She had four brothers Thomas, Robert, Elmer and Ronald. Her family moved to Los Angeles County California when she was a child. The majority of her childhood was spent there.
In her adult years, Roselee lived throughout the United States before she settled down in Battle Ground, WA. She worked as a nurse’s aid, a hairdresser, and a chaplain. She spoke fondly of her two most formative experiences: the six months she lived in Israel and the year she volunteered at an orphanage in Mexico.
Roselee was married numerous times but was unable to have any children. She had many furry companions throughout her years and spoiled them rotten. She was a great friend to many in our community.
She was creative. Roselee wrote a book of poetry and won various lyricist awards. She loved to play the piano recorded an LP with the song entitled “Troubled Water.” She was a wonderful painter. She loved to go to Thrift stores and find treasures that she could restore.
Roselee’s Christian faith was a source of strength and hope. She was not afraid to tell others about what Jesus had done in her own life. She shared his unconditional love to whoever would listen. She went to be with her Lord on March 7, 2022.